S&P Global Mobility Launches Certified Polk Data Partner Program; Announces First Agencies Participating
S&P Global Mobility has launched its Certified Polk Data Partner program, recognizing preferred marketing partners that successfully leverage Polk Automotive Solutions products across a high volume of advertising campaigns for large auto dealer groups.
The first three data marketers to be named into the partner program are CF Search Marketing, Drive Auto and Octane Marketing. These three agencies have demonstrated great proficiency in activating data-driven audience strategies leveraging the Polk Automotive Solutions product suite. The combination of their experience with exclusive training, only available to partners, deepens this connection, resulting in a more robust partnership with S&P Global Mobility. The partrnership program futher allows first access to new audience segments, product updates and marketing channels, which will enable implementation into client campaigns more confidently and more quickly.
"S&P Global Mobility is excited to announce the Certified Polk Data Partner program and thrilled to have CF Search Marketing, Drive Auto and Octane Marketing join as our first certified partners," said Scott Hedges, head of automotive retail, Polk Automotive Solutions by S&P Global Mobility. "Our goal with this program is to help our partners improve campaign performance and increase sales for their clients as a result."
About the Certified Polk Data Partner program
The Certified Polk Data Partner Program from S&P Global Mobility is a data marketer program designed to help preferred partners with tools, resources, and training to achieve even greater success and help grow revenue. Partners can maximize their results with Polk Automotive Solutions products and market their certified partnership status. To be considered for the program, agencies can reach out to their S&P Global Mobility account representative or send an inquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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